This is quote from Tom DeLay appears in the current issue of The New Yorker:
I blame Congress over the last fifty to a hundred years for not standing up and taking its responsibility given to it by the Constitution. The reason the judiciary has been able to impose a separation of church and state that’s nowhere in the Constitution is that Congress didn’t stop them. The reason we had judicial review is because Congress didn’t stop them. The reason we had a right to privacy is because Congress didn’t stop them.
These evil men you helped elect, either directly or indirectly, are and always have been looking to do just one thing and that is to enslave the world in hate and war and fear. And they don't care if they hide it anymore, either.
Don't be fooled. Stop kidding yourselves.